Fix Your Power Rates – For 20 Years!

By | November 28, 2013


Tired of Yearly Power Rate Increases? Tired of Re-negotiating Your Energy Contracts?

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Have you received a terrific offer from a third party electric supply company (ESCO) claiming they can save you money on your energy bill?

So you’ve compared their rate to your local distribution company’s (the utility company that prints and mails your bill to you) standard offer service rates and indeed you can save a bundle by switching, but have you researched all the got-cha’s?

If you are offered a variable rate product, you will want to confirm:

1) Is the advertised rate a teaser rate which will rise to a market price or even higher after a few months, like North American Power‘s 4th month surprise rate spike? (Not all customers receive a rate spike, but mine went from NAP’s 8 cent / kWh teaser rate to about 12 cents / kWh at exactly the wrong time: during peak power usage on a hot summer month.)  A 50% rate increase! Surprise!

2) Does your variable rate have a cap like Starion’s 6 month rate cap? (They recently canceled their capped plans.)

3) Is there a monthly service fee? How much does that monthly service fee add to your bottom line total price per kWh? It counts too! Just like all the other junk fees – add them up and see if your negotiated rate is still looking that great.

4) What are the costs, if any, to switch to your new electric power supply company and to cancel?

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If you are offered a fixed rate product, you should confirm:

1) How long is the fixed rate term? 1 year? 2 years?

2) What is the early termination fee for the contract?

3) What is the monthly service fee or minimum billing amount? IF you bill under  their minimum or over their maximum, do you have to pay bandwidth penalties? Are there tiers? Time of use penalties? Peak power or demand charges? Power factor penalties?

4) Does the contract auto-renew at the end of term and automatically lock you into a higher rate product without right to rescind like Washington Gas and Energy Services’ contract?

With both variable rate and fixed rate electric power plans, you should know:

The rate you are being offered by your ESCO is not the rate you will be paying. Remember, after you negotiate your energy supply rate, that electric power still has to be delivered to your home.

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Your final “all-in” energy cost will include:

1) Energy supply cost;

2) Transmission cost;

3) Distribution cost;

4) In some cases it will include demand charges, time of use tariffs, multiple rate tiers based on volume;

5) Surcharges to pay for all those cheap CFL‘s your utility company sells through Cosco, and for their many other incentives;

6) Taxes, hidden taxes, disguised taxes, and more taxes;

7) Junk fees of all sorts

All of these fees can add an additional 3-5 cents / kWh to that great new energy supply rate you just negotiated.

Take the total amount you are paying on your bill and divide it by the number of kilowatt-hours of usage for the month. That is your true rate. Not what you expected? Quite a bit higher than that negotiated amount you saw on the postcard you received or that the guy who knocked on your door quoted to you? That’s typical.

However, after 1-2 years and your contract expires, then what?

You will have to renegotiate your energy rates all over again and look for a new energy supplier. How much do you want to bet that the starting point for the new rates will not be lower? They might be, but the odds are not in your favor. Think about it this way, in which direction do the rates have more room to move, up or down? How would YOU hedge that bet?

If you think that fracking and other new technologies will bring the price down, consider how the free market will affect the apparent surplus we are experiencing in the United States: All but one of the US LNG terminals are configured to import natural gas from overseas. Since the price of LNG in energy hungry China is significantly higher than it is in the United States, investors are working on retrofitting the import terminals to adapt them for energy export, a process which takes time. But when China gets a hold of our natural gas, the US becomes a giant energy exporting country and there goes our surplus and along with it, our low energy prices.

How does this affect electricity prices? Natural gas is the most volatile component of electric power pricing and therefore has the greatest effect on pricing on an inelastic commodity.

Confused by all that information? You don’t have to be…

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Do you want others to do all the hard work for you?

Best of all, do you want to lock in your energy rates at a competitive price for 20 years using clean, renewable energy and have large renewable energy investors front the bill?

What’s the catch? The investors who pay for your solar system get their money back plus a reasonable profit margin by selling this green power back to you for 20 years. It’s a good deal for them.

Do you want to know how good the deal can possibly be for you?

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Please click here to enter your address and energy usage data into our system, and an energy adviser will call you to answer your questions and give you an estimate.

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What can you lose? (Except your high energy bills?)

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*What is a PPA?

A PPA stands for “Power Purchase Agreement.” You are in a PPA with your utility right now. But is it the best PPA for you?

Your current utility’s PPA: They paid for a coal, nuclear or other kind of electricity generating plant with investors’ funds somewhere “out there.”  You are paying them for the electricity they generate and that’s how they pay off their investment in the generating plant.

Your new Solar PPA: SolarCity has large investors who fund the materials, installation, maintenance and warranty of a solar power plant which SolarCity installs and owns on your roof.  You just pay SolarCity for the electricity they generate each month and that’s how SolarCity pays off the investment in your solar system on your roof.

What the Difference?

With a solar PPA, the goal is to secure long term savings on the energy you use by generating clean, green solar energy at a lower price than what your utility charges.

You save money,  the environment is protected, so why not start today? The only one that loses is the coal powered electricity generation plant!

What are the hidden charges?

None. You are protected by SolarCity performance guarantee, 20 year warranty, and other protections. If something breaks, SolarCity will fix it at their cost per SolarCity‘s PPA contract which you can find on their website.

Let our consultants answer your questions.

After filling our the form above, you will be contacted by an energy consultant who will ask a few questions about how much energy you use, etc.

If the Solar PPA is a good fit for you AND SolarCity, a consultant will be scheduled to visit your property in person. All at no cost and no risk to you.

Please contact us via the form above to learn more!




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706 thoughts on “Fix Your Power Rates – For 20 Years!

  1. Darryl Jones

    Only a good deal if you plan on living in your house for 20 years. What happens in 10 years if you need to pack up and move? If the prospective buyer of your house wants to take over the lease, you are golden. The challenge comes in when prospective buyers try to qualify for the lease and are unable/unwilling to. Better off purchasing, if possible.

  2. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    Careful how you represent yourself, with your foul language and misinformation about our panels, when your profile image has a cross on it, unless you think it is appropriate behavior for your beliefs. An example of “Bearing False Witness” is when you smear someone else´s reputation like you are doing without any evidence that what you are saying is true, Brian Lofton 4 out of 5 solar customers in Maryland chose our company. That wouldn´t be true if we had the kind of problems you insinuate.

  3. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    Our engineers use the best panels for your application, which have passed rigorous standards of quality and longevity. Why would we risk your house and your assets when our own contract states that we are liable for damages and must repair them? Check out our contract. We publish it openly on the web in the hopes that our competitors adopt its high standards. It is also open for your scrutiny.

  4. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    Good question, Darryl Jones. For the new owner to be eligible to take over the lease, they need to pass the credit test. If your buyer can obtain a mortgage to buy your property, then they will pass the credit test to assume the lease or PPA.

  5. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    If you take into account that the seller´s property value increases by $ 5.30 for every watt capacity of solar PV they install, then you can conclude that buyers generally want solar because the higher price is due to higher demand for the property. These are government figures and I can provide a link to the document citing this statistic.

  6. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    10 years from now utility rates are bound to be higher than they are today. If the seller has a PPA with a low rate locked in, then the reduced energy cost of the house should be attractive to the buyer. Of course, there are ALWAYS irrational people in the world, but concentrate on the majority of people, who can intelligently analyze the savings they are receiving.

  7. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    You mention a lease, Darryl Jones. Are you familiar with the differences between a lease and a PPA, and why the solar PPA protects the consumer?

  8. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    You are absolutely right, Darryl Jones. There´s no such thing as a universal solution which is good for everybody. That´s why we present many options besides the Zero Down Solar PPA, including lease, energy prepay, outright purchase, etc. In any case, I´m glad you went solar! We need more people like you.

  9. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    And by the way, try our solar energy savings calculator at the above link and specify “American Made Panels” in the comments and see what you get, Brian Lofton

  10. Darryl Jones

    You speculate that a prospective buyer will want to assume the lease or PPA. Once a prospective buyer takes a look, they may not want to. The pool of potential buyers then goes down. Please provide any and all links that provide the statistic for home values increasing with solar.

  11. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    There is an 80 page document produced by the Federal Government on this subject which I provide to customers who have requested a quote from us.

  12. Going Green Puts Green in Your Wallet

    My job as a Field Energy Consultant is not to sit in a field, but to consult with customers at their site so I am curious as to how you are coming to this conclusion? Did you have a bad experience with a headquarters rep who didn´t want to send someone out to your home? You are not far away from my office, Bill C Beekeeper, call me for an onsite consultation: 240-444-6951.

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    Bill C Beekeeper I like your FB page and your fight against GM foods, etc. Let´s team up to make an impact on Maryland!

  14. Dan Jacobs

    Solar isn´t mature enough at this time, which is why the government has to force others (in the form of tax credits, grants, etc) to subsidize the technology. Unless something radical has changed in the last couple years, it took more time to achieve parity (getting out what you put in) than the equipment was warranted for.

    Like, years more. Six years in my case, and I have a relatively efficient home (e.g. brick with blown insulation, 60,000 BTU wood-burning fireplace insert, CFL and LED lighting, Energy Star appliances, propane in-line water heater etc) and had stock in silicone/PV panel manufacturers…

    The equipment needs to either be made better (guaranteed to last longer) or the panels need to get more efficient (better ROI). Otherwise, it´s just a waste of money for the average consumer. My next home will have geothermal heating -- I hope solar catches up by then because it´d be great to have one run the other. THAT would leave the green in my wallet!

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    Going solar is almost as easy as switching your cell phone carrier with this system, and less costly. The solar system is like a utility company on your roof, where you pay nothing for the solar system and just make fixed rate monthly payments for the solar power generated, at a much lower rate than your current utility rates, and without all those junk fees, taxes, subsidies and transmission costs.

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  197. Pingback: Corporation Commission approves monthly charge for APS solar users

  198. Pingback: In Arizona, a closely watched vote to decide solar policy's fate

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  200. Pingback: Will JinkoSolar Outshine Trina Solar and Yingli Green Energy?

  201. Pingback: New home solar rates to go up

  202. Pingback: COA partners with ReVision Energy on solar power

  203. Pingback: Arizona’s Revolutionary Solar Plant Even Generates Energy at Night

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  205. Pingback: In 'Funnel Effect' Discussion, Fish & Wildlife to Further Study Solar Power Towers

  206. Pingback: Arizona approves fee for rooftop solar panels

  207. Pingback: European firms to partner Ghana in renewable energy

  208. Pingback: Solar Liberator Launches Crowd Funding Campaign to Kick Start Fully Integrated, Plug-in Solar Solution.

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  210. Pingback: Towards a solar subcontinent

  211. Pingback: Could Solar Energy Lead to Lower College Tuition?

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  213. Pingback: Solar energy project breaks ground in Chatham

  214. Pingback: Two for One in Solar Power: New Process Could Revolutionize Solar Energy Harvesting

  215. Pingback: Geneva council considers solar panel plan

  216. Pingback: Solar Cells Could be More Efficient Through a '2-for-1' Deal

  217. Pingback: Majority of the World's Solar Panels Are Facing the Wrong Way

  218. Pingback: Airport seeks to become major solar producer

  219. Pingback: Japan's solar dream shatters as projects fail

  220. Pingback: Solar Customers Ecstatic About Experience of Going Solar, According to New BrightCurrent Study

  221. Pingback: Solar Stocks: 4 Companies Expected To Be Profitable In 2013

  222. Pingback: Greenskies wins 32 solar projects

  223. Pingback: Arizona's Solar Flare-Up

  224. Pingback: Premier Solar Joins Hands With US Firm To Set Up Solar Farms In AP

  225. Pingback: “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” Sign Will Soon Run on Solar


  227. Pingback: New type of solar array planned for UA tech park

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  229. Pingback: 2013 completions of large concentrated solar power (CSP) plants mark technology gains

  230. Pingback: Ladakh to house world's largest solar power project

  231. Pingback: Hawaii Residents Love Solar

  232. Pingback: Should Solar Panels Face West Instead of South?

  233. Pingback: Content about Solar power

  234. Pingback: SOLAR POWER: Lawmakers Want Expansion

  235. Pingback: Joshua Tree NP Uneasy About Solar Plant's Effect on Dark Skies, Birds, and Pollution

  236. Pingback: Local co-op offers shares to build solar energy projects

  237. Pingback: Solar power plants: Punjab government signs three MoUs with German firm

  238. Pingback: VIDEO: Dennis groundbreaking marks Cape’s largest solar array

  239. Pingback: Letter: Smarter capture of solar power

  240. Pingback: Solar Energy Sector Gets Partial Victory in Arizona

  241. Pingback: Incentives are driving growth of solar energy — and of Poulsbo business

  242. Pingback: Solar Usage Now Comes into the Industry from All Angles

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  244. Pingback: New Mexico Regulators Deal A Blow To State’s Renewable Energy Law

  245. Pingback: Electric co-op urges communities to use solar energy

  246. Pingback: First Solar donates solar modules to Imperial school district

  247. Pingback: California leads the U.S in safe renewable energy sources

  248. Pingback: California leads the U.S. in safe renewable energy sources

  249. Pingback: Duke Energy to build three solar projects in Eastern North Carolina – Central Coast News KION/KCBA

  250. Pingback: Duke Developing 30 Megawatts of Solar Projects in North Carolina

  251. Pingback: SEAT Finishes Work on 270,000 Square Meter Solar Array

  252. Pingback: CEFIA joins regional effort to make installing solar systems cheaper

  253. Pingback: 23 Stories That Show Solar Power Can Be Successful Anywhere in L.A.

  254. Pingback: Are Solar Fire Fears Warranted?

  255. Pingback: Week in Review: Solar Wind Lead the Way as 2013 Comes to a Close

  256. Pingback: Solar energy farms proposed for St. Peter, Waseca and Eagle Lake

  257. Pingback: NYC to add largest solar power facility by 2016

  258. Pingback: SolarWorld Acquires Bosch Solar Manufacturing Plants In Europe

  259. Pingback: Salt Lake City breaks ground on new solar farm

  260. Pingback: Study: Utilities should brace for solar power rise

  261. Pingback: SolarWorld buys Bosch solar division

  262. Pingback: EU Imposes Tariffs on Chinese Solar-Glass Exporters Up to 42.1%

  263. Pingback: Google invests in new solar facilities in Arizona and California

  264. Pingback: Sun’s power greening Township

  265. Pingback: Solar-only auction for Brazilian state of Pernambuco

  266. Pingback: Green Groups, Agency Staff Urge 'No' on Palen Solar Project

  267. Pingback: SCE&G plans to develop solar farms across state

  268. Pingback: Vivint Solar Welcomes New Executive Team Members

  269. Pingback: Palm Coast Residents Complain About Vivint Home-Security Solicitors, But Company Disputes Claims

  270. Pingback: Vivint Review Updated by Leading Home Security System Experts –

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  277. Pingback: Berkshire towns can apply for state's Solarize Mass program

  278. Pingback: Local Solar Firm Named Inc’s No. 2 Fastest Growing Company

  279. Pingback: Care for Home Solar Panels with Your Honda?

  280. Pingback: Solar Demand In Asia Shifting Production Dynamics Of PV Materials Market

  281. Pingback: IAMGOLD To Develop 5 MW Solar Project In Suriname

  282. Pingback: Solar power to light up Samayapuram temple in Tiruchi

  283. Pingback: Free solar panels a good idea for Northern Ireland homeowners?

  284. Pingback: Solar energy in Japan continues to show impressive growth

  285. Pingback: Japanese plan solar energy plant on the moon

  286. Pingback: IAMGOLD's Solar Project in Suriname

  287. Pingback: Japan's new energy plan: A ring of solar panels around the moon's equator

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  299. Pingback: Hitachi unveils storage for wind, solar energy

  300. Pingback: Honda embraces solar energy

  301. Pingback: Toshiba to Launch Innovative Photovoltaic Power Business for Apartment Buildings in Germany

  302. Pingback: Solar – the people’s power station – reaches 3GW in Australia

  303. Pingback: SolarWorld Pledges Support for Solar Forward, Crowd-Sourced Solar-Energy Fund in Portland, Ore.

  304. Pingback: Solar Financing in India: Challenges to Reducing the Cost of Capital

  305. Pingback: SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY: Solar development moratorium to end

  306. Pingback: County to lift solar moratorium

  307. Pingback: US solar stocks surge on brighter prospects for financing

  308. Pingback: DERC invites ideas for solar power metering

  309. Pingback: New lab pits solar technology against CNY weather

  310. Pingback: It’s Still Hard To Get A Grip On Solar Power’s “Soft Costs”

  311. Pingback: SunEdison and Mayor Bloomberg Introduce New York City's Largest Solar Energy Project

  312. Pingback: Sunnyvale to join Solar Roadmap Project

  313. Pingback: Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (SWET) Business Development Update Briefing

  314. Pingback: Solar Ideal Solution: Minister

  315. Pingback: Tesla Battery Yields Solar Power Storage At SolarCity

  316. Pingback: SolarCity launches energy storage for business using Tesla battery packs

  317. Pingback: Report: World Will Reach Solar Parity by 2025

  318. Pingback: Assault on Clean Energy Revealed: How ALEC-Inpsired Laws Plans to Charge Homeowners Who Install Solar

  319. Pingback: ALEC's Campaign Against Renewable Energy

  320. Pingback: SolarCity, Tesla roll out energy storage service

  321. Pingback: Tesla's Industrial-Grade Solar Power Storage System

  322. Pingback: SunFarmer to Build Solar Projects in Nepal With SunEdison Grant

  323. Pingback: SolarCity Solar Power is More Appealing with Tesla Motors Backup Batteries

  324. Pingback: Sullivan Solar Power’s Daniel Sullivan Wins San Diego’s Most Admired CEO

  325. Pingback: TVA To Increase Solar, Renewable Energy Capacity

  326. Pingback: Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc. Plans Mobile Demonstration Unit for the Solar Tracking System

  327. Pingback: Respite for tribals in Spiti valley as govt plans setting up of solar power project

  328. Pingback: Can US solar energy compete with Germany's low prices?

  329. Pingback: Tennessee county backs off solar panel project

  330. Pingback: Solar energy campaigner Craig Blanch continues fight for better solar deal

  331. Pingback: 1 Industry Terrified of Solar Power

  332. Pingback: New solar lamp offers villagers alternative to toxic kerosene

  333. Pingback: It's Still Hard To Get A Grip On Solar Energy's "Soft Costs"

  334. Pingback: CWP 70MW solar power projects obtain additional RMB490 million loan from CDB

  335. Pingback: Solar swagger: Davidson Auto builds gigantic panel array to power five buildings

  336. Pingback: SunEdison and Mayor Bloomberg intro New York city's largest solar energy project

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  339. Pingback: PolitiFact Florida: Charlie Crist takes aim at Florida's solar policy

  340. Pingback: Bonterra Solar partners with top national residential solar company | Business

  341. Pingback: Canadian Solar signs US$40 million loan for 145MW of projects in Japan

  342. Pingback: Solar energy: Powering the future

  343. Pingback: City’s largest solar installation completed in the Bronx

  344. Pingback: Solar Boom Boosts South African Salaries With 25% Jobless

  345. Pingback: Is Solar Mainstream Yet? These 4 Factors May Provide an Answer

  346. Pingback: The DOE's Loan Programs Office Banks On U.S. Solar

  347. Pingback: Regulators approve Xcel plan to increase solar-power resources

  348. Pingback: New York opens largest solar installation in the Bronx

  349. Pingback: Germany's Solar Star Fades

  350. Pingback: LDK Solar Enters into Further Forbearance Arrangement with Noteholders

  351. Pingback: Energy Department Invests $13 Million in Solar Manufacturing

  352. Pingback: New Solar Plant in El Centro, California Starts Operations

  353. Pingback: SunEdison Rural Energy Fund Recognized As 501(c)(3)

  354. Pingback: Big Batteries Needed To Make Fickle Wind And Solar Power Work

  355. Pingback: Even on Short Winter Days, California is Breaking Solar Energy Records

  356. Pingback: New Material for Solar Panels Could Make Them Cheaper and More Efficient

  357. Pingback: Solar Power Project Helps Mississauga Self Storage Go Green

  358. Pingback: US Could Install More Solar than Germany for the First Time in 15 Years

  359. Pingback: New state-funded Clean Energy Institute will focus on solar, battery technologies

  360. Pingback: Vivint Solar Welcomes New Finance Team Leadership

  361. Pingback: UW flips the switch on new Clean Energy Institute

  362. Pingback: US Solar Energy Industry Shines In Record-Setting Third Quarter of 2013

  363. Pingback: Solar Energy USA awarded military solar panel installation

  364. Pingback: 2013: A Great Year For Solar

  365. Pingback: EU to probe German renewable energy discounts -draft letter

  366. Pingback: Major Solar Energy Project in Riverside County Could Be Doomed

  367. Pingback: Hyderabad Government Hospitals to Have Solar Power

  368. Pingback: Sacramento Mountain residents say military stifles solar energy opportunities

  369. Pingback: Gujarat's first solar rooftop project generates 1.2 million units in six months

  370. Pingback: Canadian Solar announces 100MW module supply agreement with Zhenfa New Energy in China

  371. Pingback: Solar power costs trend down, wind blows away tariff advantage

  372. Pingback: S. Africa's solar boom boosting wages, jobs

  373. Pingback: Solar energy project for Toba

  374. Pingback: Africa Solar Power Industry 2013 Opportunities Analyzed in New Research Report at

  375. Pingback: Clean Energy Institute will focus on solar, battery technologies

  376. Pingback: Global concentrated solar power market 2012-2016

  377. Pingback: Bishops Tachbrook solar farm plan recommended for approval

  378. Pingback: Solar power installation costs fall through the floor

  379. Pingback: A Symbolic Win for Solar Panels: Large Desert Project Clears Hurdle

  380. Pingback: PNM unveiling new Otero County solar energy center

  381. Pingback: Solar Stock XsunX (OTCQB: XSNX) Announces Sales and Building Momentum Into 2014

  382. Pingback: Consumer watchdog issues alert against Windsor solar power company

  383. Pingback: Solar And Wind Growth Will Blow Away All Other Energy Sources In The US In The Coming Decades

  384. Pingback: Enphase Installations Outpacing U.S. Residential Solar Growth in 2013

  385. Pingback: MN Solar Energy Program Offers $250K In Annual Rebates

  386. Pingback: COLUMN: Renewable energy: A death sentence for wildlife

  387. Pingback: Engineers’ smart move leads to city’s biggest solar array

  388. Pingback: Podesta Opens Keystone Can Of Worms But This New Solar Grant Could Close It

  389. Pingback: Fifty Families Help Fresno Chaffee Zoo Go Solar with SunPower

  390. Pingback: First Solar tops 4GW in Europe with 48MW order from France

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  392. Pingback: Solar policy on anvil but low price will be key to success

  393. Pingback: Largest solar farm in Texas online in Bexar County

  394. Pingback: Hawaii makes solar tax credit rules permanent

  395. Pingback: Solar Connection To Create 50 Jobs In Marion

  396. Pingback: Solar Power Brings New Energy to Seneca County

  397. Pingback: Study predicts more solar power in South Carolina

  398. Pingback: Trina Solar to Supply PV Modules for Thailand Project

  399. Pingback: Clean Energy Scores a Success with the Master Limited Partnership Parity Act

  400. Pingback: Rooftop solar boom

  401. Pingback: MENA Eyes Solar Energy

  402. Pingback: Solar power pioneer on international list of 10 top scientists (From The Oxford Times)

  403. Pingback: North Carolina has morphed into a solar power leader this year

  404. Pingback: Supercomputers capture turbulence in the solar wind

  405. Pingback: Western Energy News Round-Up: Solar Financing and Surcharges, Fracking and Methane Regulation, and Fines for Wind Eagle Deaths

  406. Pingback: Are Utahn's solar projects just pie in the sky? Claims raise questions in Millard County, elsewhere

  407. Pingback: Solar installations declining in Colorado

  408. Pingback: Solar energy projects, including one in Finger Lakes region, finally getting boost in NY

  409. Pingback: SOLAR WAR: CEO Of Upstart Solar Company Vivint Takes A Huge Shot At Elon Musk's SolarCity

  410. Pingback: Why Are SunPower Corporation (SPWR) and SolarCity Corp (SCTY) Giving Away Power?

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  413. Pingback: Solar Micro-Grid Aims to Boost Power and Food in Haiti

  414. Pingback: Dunnville couple feeling burned by Certified Solar

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  416. Pingback: ACTION LINE: Dunnville couple feeling burned by Certified Solar

  417. Pingback: New Solar Farm Coming to TC3

  418. Pingback: Powerful companies team to address solar energy storage

  419. Pingback: SolarCity to Install Solar Power Systems in Schools Without Electricity

  420. Pingback: New Solar System for Goodwill Expected to Save $40,000 per Year | Business

  421. Pingback: Georgia Power prepares to buy more solar power

  422. Pingback: Nanowires capture up to 12 times more solar power than existing panels

  423. Pingback: Hands off solar panels, says expert

  424. Pingback: As Solar Power Grows, Dispute Flares Over U.S. Utility Bills

  425. Pingback: Scottish solar industry hits 100MW milestone

  426. Pingback: LDK Leads Rally in Solar Stocks as Baidu Extends Declines

  427. Pingback: Calls to expand solar power use

  428. Pingback: Walmart Achieves Solar Power Milestones in 3 States

  429. Pingback: Dominion renewable energy facilities open

  430. Pingback: Neighbor to Neighbor: Co-op members help homeowners realize their solar energy dreams

  431. Pingback: Haitian orphanage solar-powered, thanks to Bellingham volunteers

  432. Pingback: Solar project in service at Seneca County site

  433. Pingback: Bara goes solar

  434. Pingback: Commentary: Sun rising on solar energy in Georgia

  435. Pingback: India innovating with solar PV, poised to become global solar leader says World Bank

  436. Pingback: Despite battles, solar energy growing in Iowa

  437. Pingback: A Recap of Solar Energy in 2013

  438. Pingback: Solar farm will be UK's largest: Plans approved for 200-acre site will be able to power 11,000 homes

  439. Pingback: Trina Solar rises on solar power plant deal

  440. Pingback: Backing Up Renewable Energy with Batteries

  441. Pingback: Trina Solar Limited (ADR) (TSL) Made a Huge Splash in Chinese Solar Today

  442. Pingback: Manchester Review January Show About Solar Power

  443. Pingback: Four New Large-scale Solar Energy Plants Open for Arizona

  444. Pingback: Board votes to place solar panels on roofs of three more schools

  445. Pingback: Solar expansion

  446. Pingback: Ensupra Solar Installs 100-Kilowatt (kW) Solar Project at Viswa Lab

  447. Pingback: Water and Light Advisory Board pushes city to boost solar power

  448. Pingback: Watch: Solar Power Is the “Obvious Energy Choice,” and Here Is Why


  450. Pingback: Solar energy wins more support in Tennessee

  451. Pingback: Judge ruling could mean more solar power in Minn.


  453. Pingback: Scientists harness the sun to help sharks

  454. Pingback: State May Have Set New Solar Record Today

  455. Pingback: Judge Rules Solar Power A Better Deal For Minnesota Than Natural Gas

  456. Pingback: Ford C-MAX Concept Car Unveiled With Roof-Top Solar Panels For CES 2014

  457. Pingback: Will Electric Cars Soon Be Solar Powered?

  458. Pingback: Ford C-Max Solar Energi Concept Car Premieres at the CES

  459. Pingback: Net-energy metering rollbacks unlikely to impact US states in 2014

  460. Pingback: Why Real Goods Solar (RSOL) Is Rising Today

  461. Pingback: Ford's new hybrid to have solar panels on roof

  462. Pingback: Real Goods Solar stock rises on Mass. project

  463. Pingback: Ford reveals solar-powered car with sun-tracking technology

  464. Pingback: Is solar power finally having its day?

  465. Pingback: Solar-Powered Ford Aims to Drive Off-Grid

  466. Pingback: China pledges further support for solar industry

  467. Pingback: DEARBORN: Ford debuts C-MAX Solar Energi Concept

  468. Pingback: 2014 Ford C-Max Solar Energi powered car to be unveiled at CES 2014

  469. Pingback: China vows support for solar industry

  470. Pingback: Skaneateles students: Solar energy can power the world

  471. Pingback: Mark Ruffalo On A Solar-Powered Future

  472. Pingback: US judge rules in favour of solar power over gas

  473. Pingback: Let It Shine: Solar Energy in Ancient Rome

  474. Pingback: Solar Energy International (SEI) Announces Online Solar Training for Solar Professionals and Newcomers – Starting Jan. 13th

  475. Pingback: Report: Apple planning to build a solar farm for its data center in Oregon, too

  476. Pingback: Canadian Solar connects Tumushuke 30MW solar power plant to China State Grid

  477. Pingback: Yingli Green Energy supplies 1 MW of solar panels to Serbia's second largest solar project

  478. Pingback: Study: Consumers' views of renewable energy improving

  479. Pingback: An open invitation to 60 Minutes to discuss energy

  480. Pingback: Solar ETFs Could See Clouds Later This Year

  481. Pingback: Is Solar Really “Cost-Competitive” with Fossil Fuels?

  482. Pingback: Is First Solar, Inc. (FSLR) Really Falling Behind in Solar?

  483. Pingback: Great News: Governor Cuomo Pledges $1 Billion For Solar in NY State of the State Text

  484. Pingback: Solar Flare Will Hit Earth Thursday; Northern Lights May Expand South

  485. Pingback: Solar Cooler chills beverages, makes ice with sun power

  486. Pingback: A solar energy system is installed in U.S. every four minutes

  487. Pingback: Large-Scale Solar Project Funding Upped by $5B (€3.66B) in 2013

  488. Pingback: SolarCity’s US Residential PV Marketshare Jumps to 32%

  489. Pingback: Great News: NY Governor Cuomo Pledges $1 Billion For Solar

  490. Pingback: SolarCity's Market Share Jumps to 32% in US Residential PV Market

  491. Pingback: Enough sunshine for everybody? Musk’s solar power dominance feels heat

  492. Pingback: SolarCity’s Market Share Jumps to 32% in US Residential PV

  493. Pingback: Solar: Beijing Worries, Suntech And LDK Wind Down

  494. Pingback: China: nuclear and coal giants go solar

  495. Pingback: $1B (€0.73B) Funding for Solar Energy Projects Announced in NY

  496. Pingback: Sowitec in 102MW Brazil solar, wind foray

  497. Pingback: Companies sign on for largest solar energy project

  498. Pingback: I-Team: The Hidden Dangers Of Solar Panels

  499. Pingback: Library will tap into solar power

  500. Pingback: GOOD NEWS: Sul Ross Solar Education

  501. Pingback: SOLAR FARM: No to Kingston RFP

  502. Pingback: US New Solar PV Installations Reach Record 4.2 GW

  503. Pingback: Solar energy storage raises questions for California regulators

  504. Pingback: Organic battery hailed as cheap renewable energy solution

  505. Pingback: Decorative Solar LED Outdoor Lighting meets commercial demands.

  506. Pingback: Hareon Solar Technology Co Ltd : China : CHINA: HAREON SOLAR to make US$294m investment to develop 200-MW of solar power plants

  507. Pingback: Some solar panel installers not happy with local Solarize programs

  508. Pingback: Countywide Solar Incentive Program Launches with Sullivan Solar Power on the Heels of the State Rebate Program Ending

  509. Pingback: These Beautiful Solar Orbs Are So Efficient They Even Harvest Moonlight

  510. Pingback: New York to boost community solar market in state-wide drive

  511. Pingback: ‘Solar light bulbs’ illuminate homes in typhoon-hit areas

  512. Pingback: Baylor Solar Energy, Inc. Rebrands as Equal Earth

  513. Pingback: Solar energy equals free energy for consumers

  514. Pingback: Solar Energy At Night; Researchers Figure Out How To Save' Sunlight' For Later

  515. Pingback: Solar farm to harness Yanceyville’s sunlight

  516. Pingback: New solar farm to provide renewable energy

  517. Pingback: Legislation on solar power expected this year

  518. Pingback: Native sun: In the Deep South, a solar farm rises on a former cotton plantation

  519. Pingback: Rooftop's The Limit, In New Kind Of Solar Investing

  520. Pingback: JCM Capital Announces Launch of Clean Power Infrastructure Fund Targeting Solar Assets in Emerging Markets

  521. Pingback: California approves NextEra Blythe solar power plant

  522. Pingback: Solar Stock Alert: Real Goods Solar (Nasdaq:RSOL) Completes Acquisition of Mercury Energy

  523. Pingback: First Solar Is The Safest Stock In The Solar Energy Market

  524. Pingback: Energy-saving panels go on sale at community solar garden due to open in Craig this summer

  525. Pingback: NRG Residential Solar Solutions begins construction on Innovative Community Solar Array in Rutland

  526. Pingback: Exclusive look at Southwest Florida solar panel project

  527. Pingback: Principal Solar to expand PV project acquisitions

  528. Pingback: Large-Scale Solar PV Installations Grew by 600% in the UK in 2013

  529. Pingback: SolarCity: Energy storage is ‘inevitable’

  530. Pingback: Business Review & Forecast: Solar Energy Consortium begets advanced manufacturing center

  531. Pingback: New Solar Car Concept Shines

  532. Pingback: Market Vectors – Solar Energy ETF Has Returned 15.8% Since SmarTrend Recommendation (KWT)

  533. Pingback: Sandberg Solar Battery Lets You Charge Your Tablet Outdoors

  534. Pingback: England's clouds part for solar energy

  535. Pingback: German minister plans prompt cut to renewable energy tariffs

  536. Pingback: LETTER: Take advantage of Waltham Solar Challenge campaign

  537. Pingback: How to tap the sun’s energy through heat as well as light

  538. Pingback: Germany eyes swift cuts in renewable energy subsidies

  539. Pingback: Solar energy (PV and Concentrated Solar Power) investment in MENA could reach approximately $50bn by end of decade

  540. Pingback: Nanophotonic solar-power device would use heat to enhance efficiency

  541. Pingback: Amity Teen Center in Woodbridge goes solar

  542. Pingback: India, UAE to cooperate for solar, wind energy

  543. Pingback: Solar workshop is Tuesday

  544. Pingback: Idaho Power plans solar power study and asks for your ideas

  545. Pingback: Solar bill fuels debate on Maine's energy future

  546. Pingback: One-stop Solar Energy Conference Set for Feb. 6

  547. Pingback: Zayed Future Energy Prize: Winners and why they won

  548. Pingback: Bill pushes Maine to do more with solar energy; LePage takes shot at wind

  549. Pingback: APTEL drops Tamil Nadu's solar rider

  550. Pingback: Solar wind and space dust create new source of water, laboratory study suggests

  551. Pingback: Aggressive bids for solar projects

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  553. Pingback: Milwaukee's airport may someday be solar-powered

  554. Pingback: Nepra approves Rs17.85 per unit for solar power plants

  555. Pingback: Firm to build solar farm in West Texas

  556. Pingback: Minn. agency, power companies attack solar plan

  557. Pingback: Utah company acquires Sebastopol's Solmetric

  558. Pingback: Pettis County solar project now complete

  559. Pingback: Solar panel shutdown will cost Sharp Manufacturing jobs in Memphis

  560. Pingback: Exclusive: Beat the Big Six power companies – Coalition offers new £10m fund for DIY energy schemes


  562. Pingback: Delayed approval jeopardizes solar power project for CASD

  563. Pingback: Sunday Train: The Solar Photovoltaic Price Evolution Revolution

  564. Pingback: Students promote community solar

  565. Pingback: First Solar Breaks Ground on 102 MW Nyngan Solar Project

  566. Pingback: Solar at Heart of Community Energy

  567. Pingback: Energy alternatives important for future generations

  568. Pingback: Highway1 startups demo an air quality monitor, bike light, connected jewelry and solar power tech

  569. Pingback: Construction underway on huge solar power plant

  570. Pingback: Six PSUs join hands for world’s biggest solar power plant

  571. Pingback: Bangalore startup offers solar power backpacks that charge your cellphone and tablets on the go

  572. Pingback: Ivanpah Solar Project Quietly Goes Online — Or Does It?

  573. Pingback: Income Investor: NextEra Excels In Wind, Solar

  574. Pingback: Environmental Group Touts Iowa's Solar Capability

  575. Pingback: Solar farm means tax revenue for Durham County

  576. Pingback: $180 million southern Idaho solar energy project stalled

  577. Pingback: Hindustan Power to shift focus from coal to solar power

  578. Pingback: Apple iWatch Using Solar And Kinetic Charging?

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